Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

It might surprise you that the southernmost point of continental Asia is in Singapore. I have read a lot of debates online, saying that this claim is invalid, as Singapore is not linked to the continent, it is linked to Malaysia via a bridge. Hence, the southernmost point is in Malaysia. While I can’t deny…

Deepavali Decorations

Though Deepavali is over, the decorations are still around in Little India. I really love this place…it’s my favourite place to be in Singapore ;) Look closely and you’ll see a note on the right, it says “DON’T SMELL THE FLOWERS. THANK YOU”. This is not part of the Deepavali decorations, but I just thought…

5 hours in Singapore

Recently I posted 6 hours in Singapore, after exploring my tiny island. Today, I spent 5 hours with someone from Couchsurfing. (I love Couchsurfing by the way, it’s one of the best things which happened to me!) We did not go to Chinatown as Claire’s hostel is smacked right in the heart of it, so we…

mid-autumn festival, Singapore, lanterns

6 hours in Singapore

In light of gearing up for our next trip (YAY!), my best friend and I decided to live the life of a backpacker. In our own country. Well, island actually, since we’re so tiny (can’t help but chuckle every time I refer to her as a country). Anyway, six hours in Singapore is feasible, considering…

Punggol Promenade Riverside Walk at Night

Copy and paste the title of this post (without “at night”) on any search engine will bring you to an array of blogs written by fellow Singaporeans. Most of them blog about how the air is fresh, and clean, the official opening, the map of this place. Well… Let me just cut to the chase.…

Sketching Punggol Serangoon Reservoir

In light of preparing myself for the next travel destination (let’s keep it a secret for now), I walked 13km from my place, along Punggol Serangoon Reservoir and back home. I took two stops – to sketch and of course, dinner. Normally, the sky isn’t this dark. Though black clouds were obviously rolling in, I…